Inaugural Reunion Car and Motorcycle Show Gallery

Vintage hot rods and choppers at the first Reunion Show in Los Angeles.

It’s 2021 and new custom shows aren’t exactly popping up like they used to, but Adri Law has found a successful recipe and we’re glad she’s sticking to it. Law founded the Paradise Road Show a couple of years ago and after all the cancellations of 2020 she had another idea—a Reunion. Reunion is a new event in Los Angeles that hosts pre-1980 cars and bikes with an emphasis on American hot rods and choppers. With DJ sets, plenty of vendors, good food, and more, the event went off without a hitch and, as expected, was a great reunion with some friends.

The event took place at the Zimmerman Automobile Driving Museum with entrants’ cars and bikes parked outside for attendees to view and the museum’s collection inside, available for spectators to peruse at no charge. The vendor section inside included some incredible independent artists with leatherwork, chain-stitched patches being sewn live, and even a dog adoption booth with some very cute little pups.

As all of the customs brought in had to be pre-1980, the selection skewed toward ‘70s hot rods and choppers with a fair mix of the fun and funky. Children and pets were welcome at the event, so there were plenty of families walking around and the whole vibe was very inclusive.

You can follow @Adri_Law on Instagram to see more information on her upcoming events and check out for details on the next Reunion.

A custom Triumph chopper sits in the bike yard at the inaugural Reunion Car and Bike Show in Los Angeles.Morgan Gales
It wasn’t all choppers in the bike yard. This radical little Kawasaki smoker was a fan favorite.Morgan Gales
Many of the bikes in the show are still ridden regularly, like this Knucklehead chopper.Morgan Gales
Something seems off about this monster’s chin but I can’t put my finger on it.Morgan Gales
An air cleaner engraved with the Pink Panther on a Panhead showbike.Morgan Gales
Classic Americana, an H-D Shovelhead chopper in the back of an El Camino.Morgan Gales
It’s always a treat when a car is as clean on the inside as it is on the outside.Morgan Gales
A couple of flat-track racing Hondas spotted in the back of a classic pickup truck.Morgan Gales
If you can ride ’em in, ride ’em in. If not, pushing is just fine too.Morgan Gales
If long is wrong, I don’t want to be right! A long extended springer chopper at the Los Angeles Reunion Show.Morgan Gales
Chanel checking out a boardtrack-style Triumph at the inaugural Reunion Show.Morgan Gales
A Crazy Frank rear fender is a structural element that lifts the passenger seat high above the rider seat, making a chopper-like silhouette on a swingarm bike like we see here.Morgan Gales
Only the toughest bikers ride pink choppers.Morgan Gales
A proper ’60s-style showbike, this old Panhead was one of our favorites.Morgan Gales
One seriously tough Shovelhead. From the rake to the built engine to that wonderfully detailed little sissy bar–this thing rules.Morgan Gales
Mismatched as it may be, this old Harley’s style works.Morgan Gales